Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Char Dham Yatra

CharDham Yatra  : 

Day 1: Delhi – Haridwar ( 210 Kms / 5 Hrs )

Morning drive to Haridwar. On arrival in Haridwar, Check in at hotel. Evening watch "Aarti" at Har Ki Pauri.Overnight at Hotel .

Day 2: Haridwar – Barkot ( 230 Kms / 6 Hrs )

Morning drive to Barkot via Dehradun & Mussoorie Reach Barkot in the evening after visiting Kempty Falls on the way. On arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at Hotel .

Day 3: Barkot - Yamnotri - Barkot. ( 32 Kms / 1 Hrs )

Morning leave for Hanuman Chatti to start your journey. Take a local jeep to reach Phool chatti to shorten your trek by 5 kms. On arrival start your day on a tough trek of 7 kms one side. Arrive at Yamunotri and pray at temple and also take a holy Achman to start your most sacred pilgrimage to Char Dhams. Come back to Phool Chatti in the evening to return back to hotel. Overnight at Hotel .

Sunday, 27 December 2015

Romantic Kerala

Theme : HoneyMoon
Duration : 5 Nights adn 6 Day  
870 euros for 2 pax     

Day 1: Cochin

Arrive Cochin Airport / Railway Station. Our private chauffeur wil receive you and transfer to hotel. Check into hotel and at leisure till noon. After lunch, local sightseeing in and around Cochin ; also known as the "Queen of Arabian Sea". This is one of the finest natural harbors in the World and is one of the major centers for commerce and trade into India. The Sightseeing attraction in Cochin includes Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Jewish Street, St. Francis Church and Chinese Fishing Nets. Overnight at hotel .

Day 2: Cochin / Thekkady

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Thekkady, also know as Periyar. Periyar : known world wide for its wildlife sanctuary and its natural spices like Cardamom, Cinnamon, clove and black pepper. The main touristic attraction in Thekkady is its possibility to view wild life from the safety of motor boat. The boating which will take approximately 2 hours gives you a rare glimpse of wild animal in its natural habitat. Thekkady also promotes adventure tourism like Periyar Tiger Trail, Nature Walk, Bamboo rafting and soft trekking. Spice Plantation tour give one on hand experience to witness and learn the  
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Karnataka Ancient Glories

Karnataka  : Travel to Karnataka is a land of fragrance - fragrance of enchanting perfume of sandal and agarbathis, the aroma of fresh roasted coffee beans, the head fragrance of the Mysore Malligi and thousands of roses blossoming. The Kannada-speaking state of Karnataka formerly known as Mysore, has a finely balanced mix of natural attractions and superb historic architecture.

Saturday, 26 December 2015

Rajasthan Village life

Rajasthan village life during ancient time .

Taj Mahal " Magic of white marble

 7 Seve Wonder of World ' TAJ MAHAL

Fort and Palace Tour of Rajasthan

Rajasthan  :
THE LAND OF MAHARAJA’S   well known for magnificent heritage sites ,
Forts ,Palaces , Lakes , gorgeous  temples ,   Maharaja were very  Shoorveer ,  brave,  grandeur , The aravilis hills divide the state in two portions . The north -  western portion is almost a vast  DESERT OF THAR . South eastern region has a varied of extensive hill range , fertile land ,dense forest ,  
Rajasthan represent a lot of varity in customs, culture , folk dance , costumes dialects people , lifestyles , cuisine , these diversity make rajasthan the  most coloursful state of india .       

Friday, 25 December 2015

Orcha Fort

Orcha Fort :   is situated on the island on Betwa River. The scenic location apart, the fort has more to offer. It houses many palaces and temples. The three most important palaces seen here are Jahangir Mahal, Raj Mahal and the famous Rai Parveen Mahal. Jahangir Mahal reflects the architectural splendor that prevailed in Orchha in the past. The views from the multi-storeyed balconies in the palace are spectacular. Raj Mahal ranks amongst the most ancient historic monuments in Orchha fort. Rai Parveen Mahal, which is in ruins now was a beautiful palace with lush gardens surrounding it. Rai Parveen was a poetess and a dancer. Her charm so attracted the king Indramani who built the palace for her. Ram Raja temple, which is a very famous temple in Orchha was earlier a palace. This palace turned temple is the only place in which Rama is worshipped as a king and not a god .

Kerala Backwater

Backwate in Alleppy : The coastal regions of Kerala have a network of waterways, inlets, estuaries,lakes and natural canals connecting coastal towns.This interlinked body of waterways is known as the backwaters in Kerala,over 900 km of which is navigable.Travelling in traditional houseboats along these backwaters to enjoy the scenic landscape is a wonderful experience and extremely popular among foreign visitors.

The leisurely cruise along the famous  backwaters of Kerala gives one a first hand experience  of the village life style in the state and its rustic activities like coir-making and prawn farming. You cannot miss the breathtaking view of the water, land, birds and human habitation on the water side, coexisting peacefully.

The hub of backwater tourism in Kerala, Alleppey or Alappuzha means land between the sea where a network of rivers flows into it. If you are in Alleppey, perhaps your main reason to be there is to cruise through the backwaters in Kerala.Backwater by definition means “a part of a river not reached by the current, where the water is stagnant”, and Kerala showcases a great deal of its picturesque backwaters in Alleppey. The houseboat rides along these backwaters can prove exhilarating to the tourists as they take you through Kottayam, Alleppey,Quilon, Kumarakom and Kuttanad area .

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Ranakpur Temple

Ranakpur Temple : This charming village has derived its name after Rana Kumbha. Well-known for some excellently carved 15th century Jain temples in amber stone, Ranakpur is one of the five holiest places of the Jains and flaunts outstanding natural beauty. Dharna Sah, who happened to be a Jain businessman, approached Rana Kumbha when he had the vision of his great temple to request a portion of land for its construction. The magnificent Jain temples were built during the rule of the open-minded and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha during the 15th century. The basement of the complex covers 48,000 sq. feet area and features four additional shrines, twenty four pillared halls and domes supported by more than four hundred columns. There are 1,444 columns and all of them are intricately carved with different appearance. The inventively engraved nymphs playing the flute in various dance positions at an elevation of 45 feet makes for an absorbing sight .

Monday, 7 December 2015